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We have just returned from a stay in "the tack room" with our 3 young sons. What a fabulous place to stay! We were warmly greeted on a dark and dismal Friday evening and then showed all around the cottage and adjoining pool. The accommodation...More
Just returned from our stay in the Orangery. Had booked all 3 cottages for a family christmas holiday.
Dan and Fiona are great hosts, very welcoming and they have thought of everything that you could need for your stay. All the cottages are clean, comfortable...More
We stayed at The Orangery for half term week & had a fantastic stay. We were greeted by Fiona who showed us around & made us & our 4-legged friend feel very welcome. The cottage itself was spotlessly clean & really nice & warm with...More
Stayed in the Byre, perfect size for a couple, everything you need, tv, DVD, wifi, large comfy bed, kitchen/diner/lounge, bathroom with shower over bath. This cottage has everything including books, DVDs, even a welcome pack. We stayed with our sons family who were in the...More
We had a lovely time at Little Boynes. We stayed in The Byre, a very cosy little barn conversion which is small but has everything you need. We loved the swimming pool and the games room and the large garden meant we had lots of...More
Hi We have two couples with babies and would like to know if Travel cots will fit in the bedrooms of the Orangy?
24 February 2017|
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Response from thedweeb | Property representative |
There's room in each of the two bedrooms for a travel cot, but in each case we have to move a chest of drawers from the bedroom into the living area. If two cots are required, the living area might be a bit cluttered... More
There's room in each of the two bedrooms for a travel cot, but in each case we have to move a chest of drawers from the bedroom into the living area. If two cots are required, the living area might be a bit cluttered, but it would certainly be possible to fit them in. Alternatively, we could remove one of the chests of drawers from the cottage altogether.
Please let us know if we can provide any more information.
Dan at Little Boynes